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Tlffi OMAHA SUNDAY BKEs MAY 1R, lPlH.
CITY PllOPEItTY FOU SALTS.
For Sale at
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N. B. Corner 18th and Spruce.
Six largo airy rooms downstairs, finished In oak ami nicely decorated. Large
attic, space for three rooms. Fine basement. Hot water heat Laundry. Cornor
lot. 55x140. with barn or garago In rear. All kinds of shrubbery, trees nnd flow
ers. Room for another house or double flats. Built by a contractor for Ills home.
Price reduced from 15,000 to $4,200 for lmmedlato sale. Reasonable terms can
be arranged. ,
Phone Douglas 297.
$24.85 Per Month
NEW FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
Just completed and ready to move right
In to, located on a good level lot only
one block from car lino and paving; lot
nicely graded, Bodded and trees set out;
splendid location and nice neighborhood.
This Is a pretty cottage, the outside ap
pearance Is pleasing and attractive; the
inundation Is panel face concrete with
red mortar, painted a rich' TSUTT TTTTh
white trimming; porch Is 24 feet wide,
with heavy columns; nice sized living
room, with plenty of light, wide mission
opening to pretty south side dining room
with thrco" high dining room windows,
large and well arranged kitchen and pan
try: Inside entrance tq full brick and ce
ment basement, brick walks and concrete
floor, two fine bedrooms with largo closet
for each; neat bathroom, completely
equipped with high grade plumbing fix
tures, porcelain tub, lavatory, water
closet, hot and cold water, heavy one
piece porcelain sink In kitchen. Floors
are red oak, smoothed and polished to
dull gloss, electrlo lights all through,
pretty five-light shower with beaded
shades for living room, dining room has
celling pan to match, fitted and entirely
new design glassware. It's a well built
houso In all ways, all floors are double
over No. 1 shlplap with paper between,
clear redwood siding with tar felt (not tar
paper) between walls, lower Joists 2x1
on 16" centers And double bridged; cell
ing rafters 2x6, all dimension lumber,
Btrlctly No. 1. It's a cozy homo, nicely
finished and well planned. Your rent will
pay for It; prlco $2445; $145 cash and $24.85
per month; monthly payments Include In
terest and 124.85 actually covers all re
quired payments. This cottage would
rent for $25 to $30 per month downtown.
Bee me at once today for this will sell
quickly as others advertised two weeks
ago. Also have a six-room strictly mod
ern and high and level lot. Take Benson
car now and come today, get off at Hal
cyon ave. (now Gist st.) and come south
to No. 115. Phones: Benson 122 or 202.
Come, 1 can please you. 115 8. Halcyon
F. S. TEDLMNGEE
' Some Bargains
$1,650 Seven-room house, with bath and
gas, on corner 27th and Corby.
51, KO Seven-room bouse, with bath and
gas, south front, 60-ft. lot on paved
street at 2504 Emmet.
42,200 Five-room cottage, with bath and
gas, at 2065 North 18th street; lot
12,850 Eight-room modern house on Pant
Ave., lot 50x150, fronting Hanscom
12,500 Eight-room modern houso at 1613
Emmet, In Kountze Place; lot 5(1
4,500 Seven-room, new, modern house,
oak finish and oak floors, sleeping
porch; large lot 60x132, close In,
with paving paid for.
Seven-room, new, modern house at 3318
(Davenport; lot 47x111, with nice lot oi
bhade trees. House Is vacant. Owner has
moved to Chicago and very anxious to
sell. Go out and see It.
Six-room, new, modern house for sale
or jent at $30. 3301 North 18th street.
W. H. GATES
Room 644 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phones: Douglas 12M, Web. 26S8.
CHAS. E. WILiLIAMSON CO.
RENT TALK NO. 62
(Copy furnlBhed on re
quest or see last week's
How Is the mother with a family on
her hands to pay tne rem una kccp "h
the former standard of living.
The answer Is she cannot do It. She
must seek cheaper quarters and smaller
surroundings. She must pull down the
flag, and she must do It at once. How
different all this would be Jf In addition
to the life Insurance, your family had
their own home. Never too late to mend.
FOR SALE ON RENT PLAN.
Some of these places are low priced
for thOBe who want low priced; but they
make a good beginning tor a finer ending
later, alter you have cut off rent and
saved In this way, a few hundred dollars.
t5omeof theso have large grounds near
so jou can make money gardening and
poultry must be sold and offers will be
considered. These are building associa
tion terms, first name mentioned is the
jar line that serves these places:
Farnam. S-r., mod., new plumbing, 133.
Florence, 6-r., mod. bungalow, two
Leavenworth, five about to bo built, $22.
Florence, five modern cottages, $24.20.
Sherman Ave., six, city water, near
Florence, five, leotnc light, jh.
Florence, 2-r.. four lots, 12.10,
Florence, 3-r.. four large lots, 12.10.
O rand Ave., three, new, well etc, 10.(0.
Florence, 2-r., new, 9.so.
O St, South Omaha, 3-r., good well,
Bust Omaha, 6-r., twenty-lots (acres),
TORNADO INSURANCE FREE WITH
SOME OF OUR PROPERTIES.
COT WITH CELLAR AND FOUNDA
Fine lot with cellar and concrete
foundation for cottage for the price of
the lot only. Bee us at once.
Agents. Charlsew Heights and other
addition about that beautiful National
Pork. Fort Omaha.
CHAS. E. WILLLAarSON CO.
3811 North 20th street (boulevard), be
tween Sprague and Laird Sts., Just nortn
.. . t7nl1.lt.. 1)1... I ..... 1 1 . I . ,
u iRw, uiim5 w tine, JtUf
rooms, bath and sleeping porch, oak fin-
isn ana uoors, oeautiruuy decorated,
guaranteed furnace and plumbing, com
bination lighting fixtures: nice deer lot.
large shade trees, paving paid. This Is
good chance to get a well built nous
it low price and on easy terms. Price
for quicic sale, w,xu; wu to w cosh,
balance like rent. Open this afternoon
for Jur Inspection. Key at 917 No. 20th,
next aoor nortn.
Payne & Slater Co.
816 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
7-ROOM modern house, located at 3310
14th Ave.; oak finish downstairs newly
decorated throughout Key at 1402
LorUu-ojp, or call Webster SUS.
CITY PnUPlSUTY FOtt BALE.
212 South 17th St.
3 New Bungalows
Last week I advertised three brand new
bungalows of 5 rooms each, all modern,
Including cemented cellars, good furnaces,
nice fixtures, cemented walks, etc. At
2G40-42-44 Binney St. One left. -Will sell
for $2,400, $400 cash, balance 123 per month.
Houses open, 3 to 6 p. m., Sunday,
II. A. WOLF
432 Brandels Oldg.
Now 8-room, modern house, on paved
street, close to 24th street car line. First
floor finished in oak; 4 bedrooms and bath
on second floor, finished in birch with
maple floors. Large attic room: full ce
mented basement; permanent walks. This
house has been built and occupied about
Beautiful 9-room house, new and
strictly modern, In Bemls Park. Built a
llttlo over a year ago and occupied by
owner. First and Becond floors finished
entirely In hardwood. Has sleeping porch,
fireplace, beamed celling In living room,
large pantry and refrigerator room. Oar
age large enough for two cars. Plenty
of shade trees. All specials paid.
This house can be bought for (8,200.00.
For terms see
G. W. Garloch
230-222 State Bank Bldg.
, Phone Douglas 1818.
Good Values In
2,750 Five rooms, two-story, all mod
ern, with furnace heat; on paved street;
one block to car. Can bo bought with
$3.300 Six rooms, fiillv mruWu? f.iii
two stories, with very attractivn fin.
place; full south front lot, on paved
street and handy to car. This Is a 4.000
$1.000 EJcht rooms, nil mnrl
good bed rooms: with dnndv lot- won id
eated and handy to car line. Owner very
anxious to sell and price reduoed $500.
NOTE None of these houses damaged
Glover & Spain
819-20 City National Bank Bldg.
Douglas 33SS .
New Dundee Home
Strictly modern, 7-room and bath,
beamed llvlmr room nnrnnn .nti.. An,
with built-in bookcases, beamed and
paheled dining room, excellent kitchen
and pantry, large vestibules In front and
rear. Second floor has three bedrooms
and Combination sun rnnm unit alnini.
hporch. Large floored attic. Full ce-
mented basement with separate compart
ments. Extra toilet, statlonnrv tnlm
screens for all windows, front and rear
porches, storm doors and storm windows
complete. Finished In oak and decorated
throughout. An exceptionally well-built
house and located. Will be shown by ap-
This Is a two-storv. half stucco hniun.
Just being completed, at ?i24 Evans, it
Is strictly modern and up-to-date In every
respect, rnce, f,.2AJ.w.
Brand new and In good location. Price.
j,sau. iieusonaDie terms.
Geo. L. Allmart
234 State Bank Bldg.
Good, strong companies.
Orin S. Merrill Co.
1213-1214 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Bemis Park District
$500 DOWN: $50 PER MO.
Will buy an 8-room, S-story house; oak
and maple floors; large cellar and fruit
room; line sleeping porches; garage and
cement driveways; beautiful yard; paved
streets; storm and screen windows; ab
solutely all modern. Ask to see It
INTERMOUNTAIN REALTY CO.
Phone Douglas 4026. 1523 Douglas St
Want an Offer
We have an excellent 10-room home, one
ui tne pest corners on tne inn; unques
tlonably well built; every convenience,
including not water heat. Kuud gas
heater, brick ash pit laundry tubs, tile
bath with shower, tile vestibule: decor.
ated over canvass; two fireplaces; quarter-sawed
oak finish; five bedrooms; full
south and east front corner; handy to
car; complete, garage with light, heat
water and Bouser tank.
Owner leaving the olty,.wlll consider
any reasonable offer. Property has oost
him $12,000; only 6 years old and in ex
cellent condition. 10,000 or possible less
Glover & Spain,
819-20 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 3903.
Cost (8,000 to build, back plastered; hot
water heat; oak finish; excellent shape;
9 rooms; best combination gas and etee
tnc light fixtures. 26th and Jones Sts.
See us for terms.
Birkett & Co.
423 Bee Bldg.
TO BUT. SELL Oil HlSNT. FIRST SUB
JOHN W. ROBBINS. U92 VAUUJM. HT.
CITY rilOPHUTY Foil SAL12.
S-room'cetUge. 14th and Kim. large lot
good burn, (SO cash, balance monthly.
6-roojn modern cottage, 43d Ave and
Dodge. (KO cash, bolaneo monthly.
C-rcom modern house utn, near Vinton,
300 rssh. tmlanre monthly.
WB8THRN REAL ESTATE CO..
41$ Karbach Blk. Phone D. W7.
Less Than Cost
Seven rooms, all modern, hardwood fin
ish, south front, fine view, walking dis
Gallagher & Nelson
4ffl Brnnddels Bldg. Doug. 3SS2,
Field Club Sacrifice
Beautiful 7-room home; hot water heat;
large rast fiont lot; built only tour years
ago; finest location In district; prleo cut
from (7.003 to (5,760. Terms. For partic
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
Doug. 1474; Harney S66S.
Out of Town Owner
is lii Omaha to sell home of 7 rooms;
all modern; fine lot. with fruit, 3512 La
fayette Ave, liemis Park. Place Is worth
$3.H. but I will tako less, as I live too
far nwny. Look It over on outside and If
Interested phone Harney 8923.
For a man Who -can do the work him.
self: An unfinished shell of a house,
With two beautiful east and south front
lots, corner, on a now boulevard, two
blocks from car. at Ames and SCth. only
$1,200. Has good barn, well, all fenced.
beward. half block from Harnev car.
paved street, fult lot 5-room house, with
new toilet and bath. (1,750:, very easy pay
ments. Will take clear, chenp lot as first
Special barca n n Clifton Hill: Fu 1 lot.
paved street, good 6-room house, excel
lent modern ulumblnjr. trees, etc. Onlv
(1.800, with cash payment, (300. Buy now
ana get tne strnwDerries.
Corby, near 21th. all modern, south
front, worth the price, $3,200.
Beautiful suburban home, with about
IVt acres, covered with fruit, $4,250.
GEORGE G. WALLACE
DO NOT MISS TKESE
(8.000 West Farnam district, eight-room,
Btrlctly modern house, first-class
location, nair diock rrom irarnam
street car line. Let us show you
(3,750-Fleld club district This Is cer
tainly n snap, a first-cioss elgnt
room, modern house which alone
cost (8,000 to build, In nit Ideal
neighborhood, alongside $10,000 and
(15,000 homes. Must bo seen to be
(4,600 Adjoining Kountze Place', Just put
on tne marxct; a nice comrortaoia
home, consisting of six rooms and
both, strictly modern; located at
2411 Spencer street.
FTRST TRUST COMPANY
303-305 So. 13th St. First Nat. Eank Bldg
Phono Douglas 11X1.
37t'h and) Cass Sts.
This splendid G0xl21-foot lot, east front,
only, (l.ivo: situated in Omah&'s high-class
V. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1320 Farnam St TcL Doug. 1084.
OKOBOJI Lake Cottage For Bale-Finest
summer home on Hayward's bay, two
lots, 100x500 feet, elevation about 25 feetj
easy approach to boat house dock and
splendid bathing beach. Large garden,
orchard and berry bushes on rear of lots;
3-ycar-old cottage, beautifully finished,
two-story, six rooms; equipment of fur
nishings, launch, tents, etc., complete.
Will sell with one lot only, or rent If not
sold by June 1. Address, 243 K. Whlto
Oak Ave., Monrovia. Cal.
Itt blocks from Ames Ave. car line:
nearly completed; all modern, wltli 4
rooms on first floor and 2 good-sized bed
rooms and bath on second floor; full
basement, with hot air heat Price, $3,500;
small payment down, balance same as
rviii n ! n a
Bankers realty investment co.
404-410 city Nat Bank, mono u. min.'
FOR SALE A good, substantial, mod
ern home, In good repair, In the West
Farnam district. It has 10 rooms, besides
a large store room. Best of oak wood
work on first floor and Oregon fir on
second. Extra fine plumbing and lava
tories In two of the bedrooms. Reason
able terms can bo arranged with the
owner. Mrs. F. M. Bllsh, 117 S. 37th St
Telephone Harney 2102.
FOR SALE Dundee residence, new; has
living room, dining room, kitchen and
refrigerator room, 1st floor; three bed
rooms, bath and sleeping porch second;
stairway to attic; living and dining room
finished in oak; full cemented basement;
furnace heat Price, $4,800. Located at
6015 Webster St Tel. H. 47S7.
5 rooms, all modern, furnace. Located
near 27th .and Fort. Price but (2,850.
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
FOR SALE The southwest corner of
25th and Charles Sts., C3xl20 feet with
7-room cottage, paved streets, concrete
sidewalks, city water, gas, sewer, etc.;
one block from 24th St. car line; splendid
building site; will sell at bargain. W. II.
Griffith, 2623 qharles St.
Large, five-room bungalow, 26x42, oak
finish, paneled dining room, built-in
boo It coxes, floored attic, full basement
Pj-Ice, (3,750; terms. Call E. B. Swanson,
contractor and builder, 105 Capitol Ave.;
NORTHEAST corner 83th Ave and
Marcy St., two blocks north of Field
club, two-story modern dwelling, built
three years ago, newly decorated, large
beautiful corner lot i"or price and terms
coll or 'phono Harney 64W.
LOOK AT THIS
2118 Wirt; all modern, 6-roora, reception
hall, tile bath, oak finish; hot water heat;
paved street; near school, churches; fine
residence section) In Kountze Place; ran
take a cottage on this. Owner, Web. 2792.
Lot 9, block 104. 60x133. Telephone Web
ster 4148 or Douglas 2128.
FOR SALE or rent New modern 8
room house, large basement two cisterns,
well ,two acres of ground, bam, chicken
house, high woven wire fence, cement
walks. 8. 36th St Phone S. 17692.
MUST sell at once, 4-room bungalow In
Clifton Hill district: modern except heat:
i ay payments: worth (2,500; make us an
i A'fttr- nnon tmilt Tnnr1nv Phrtrtn Wtiaftr
Mil or call 4Z Tatrick Ave.
7-room, all modern; built four years;
In fine condition. See Gangestad, 404 Bee
Bldg. V. 3177.
(4,300 An eight-room house, one block
south of Farnam St., on 20th St., 4 bed
rooms, bath, furnace heat, mapli floors,
pine finish. Built 8 years ago
W. H. THOMAS tc SON, 228 State Bk Bldg
COTTAGES FOR SALS
TO BE MOVED,
lor Particulars Phone Douglas 3351
WANT to sell home property In Council
Bluffs at Std and Ave. D. 3 lots with 6
room house and plenty of fruit. See Cog.
ley at 2010 Farnam St. Phone Daug. WOT
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising la the Road to
city pnOrKivrr von. balk.
$31.75 Per Month
Large Six Room
Bo for o you take time and trouble to look at this high class house naturally
you want to know something about It. size, arrangement, style, etc., whether It is
suited to your needs and Ideas. That's why I tell you nil about It first. It Is one
of the finest lots In Glenn Park, right on the hill with a beautiful view. GUimi
Psrk is an addition of new homes, on tho enr line, with water, gas. electric llgtitn
and all modern conveniences. Glenn Park Is high class. It's different, you will
note this as soon as you cometli rough tho massive concrete plltnrs at tho entrance,
with walks and drives bctweent a horseshoe floral dslgn In tho center. This
pretty home has a most pleasing and attractive outilde aprearanco, largo snd deep
front porch with closed sided ratling and heavy 12-Inch wjuaro columns, the front
ooor is a full bevel piste glass set In quartered white enk frame, opening Into a
oonvenlent and good-sized vestibule entrance The living room extends entirely
across the front of the house with a pretty open ytalrcaso winding around a cozy
Bout. Between tho living room and dining room Is n mnssive rolonado opening with
square columns and built in bookcase on living room side and china closet on din
ing room Bide. Tho dining room s largo well lighted, opening rrom the dining
room on tho back Is a den or Mbrary, could be uwd for a bedritom If needed. Nice
kitchen and pantry, Inside and outside, entrance to full brick and conoete base
ment, with a high grado furnace, hot and cold water for lnundry purpoMc". On
second floor are two large bedrooms with a closet for each, two storage roomis
and large bath room. Floor of bath Is gonulne tile, with Krone cemont Ule walls,
built in medicine cabinet and complete porcelain flxturees, all high grnuo snd fully
guaranteed. Lower floor finished In solected red onk, a highly polished floors.
Electric lights and latest designs In lighting flxturees, celling showers, with tjrlsm
glass fringe for shades, indirect Ugnting gioDe ror uining room, uw
uuaiwuiy Xci waamxij 'omoara o;ioav upiv lnoi3noJii uonoiujRuo.i putt
Electric. Plumbing by Carlson. Gas for coking. Figure out what your rent wJoo
i- . ft . v. I t . , . I . . 1 I. ..... n I, ..-.ml. .Attt rn. 110 In tit down tOWn. TllO
price Is (3,330, (430 cash and (31.75 psr month, monthly payment Include tho
Interest, you get a deed nsd abstract nt once. Tako car now and look It ovct; , it
will sell as readily a tho one advertised and sold some two weeks ao. Take
Benson enr, got off nt Halcyon avenue (now changed to S'VJCirinr'nJmintmn
come south to No. 116. Thone Benson 122 or 202 for n Information.
Come today to 115 South Halcyon nvenue (Sixty-first stroot). Benson.
F. S. TRULLINGER
IlEAIi E STATU.
FARM & RANCH LANDS FOR. SAI.H.
ICO acres, fine valley farm. $2,500: SO
acres fine valley farm. $1,400; 120 acre
upland Improved farm, $1,000, part on
time. Lock Box No. 3. Hatfield. Ark.
EXCEPTIONAL bnrgaln-80 acres, $550,
terms (10 down, (10 per month; big list
free. Ward, the land man, Mountain
k ARKANSAS FARMS Best land and
lowest prices, write juc uuumci wim "ok
jot bargains. Moore. Bearcy, Ark."
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands.
Southern Paclflo and Santa Fe main
lines traverse our absolutely level tract
Only 15 feet to water; also artesian wells.
Five hours' run to either San Francisco
or Los Angeles, with n combined popula
tion of far over 1 .000,000.
(125 PER ACRE-EASY TERMS.
Join our half-rate excursion to
In May. See the
FONTANA O RAN OB GROVES,
located on the electrlo line from Lot
Angeles to Riverside.
Make ybur rescratlons early and let us
show you the 'GOLDEN STATE" from
San Francisco to Sin Diego.
For free handsomely Illustrated book
lets on all matters Callforlan, see or
1CARL BREHME. S15 Bee toldg.
FOR SALE Form land In the AnUlope
valloy, the milk bottle of Lqs Angeles.
Land In the suburbs of Los Angeles Is
becoming so valuable for subdivision pur
poses that the dairyman Is being crowded
out Just recently It lias been discovered
that wntar can be had In lance quanti
ties in the Antelope valley. As this
promising valley is oniy io mues irora tne
rapidly growing city of Los Angeles,
and because land can still be had at a
low price, formers and dairymen are
buying thousands ot acres of this fine
rich land. We can sell you 20 acres or
more for (100 per .acre, on, easy terms,
located one mile from a good town. This
is choice alfalfa and Pear land.
For further particulars write to. Cen
tlnela Land Company. 1009 Title Insur
ance UUIiaing, LOS Angeies. uauiomm.
A TTJWnKTf A Vinms In 4Vl Mil nt!?-
and poultry; only $400: easy terms; close
10 rauroaa ana morneu, u I'tmi
UO cneriaan, vm.-
mrivnnutA l.ttri nritrilnrtl tut njld
8d Tues. W. T. Bmlth Co. 815 City Nat Bk.
GET your Canadian home from the
Canadian Pacific; one-twentieth down;
balance In 19 equal payments! loan up
to $2,000 to Improve your farm can be paid
off In 20 years: 6 per cent Interest; good,
rich land In Western Canada for every
kind oi farming, from $11 to (30 per acre.
This offer only to farmers or men who
will actually occupy or Improve the land.
We supply best live stock at actual cost
give you the benefit of expert work on
our demonstration farms, equip you with
a ready-made farm prepared by our agri
cultural experts if you don't want to wait
for a crop. All thlse lands on or near
railways, near established towns. Free
booklets on Manitoba. Alberta or Bas
katohewan. Address P. It Thornton,
Colonization Agent, 112 W. Adams St..
. niwimiTJ ttoir MArtlnn In famous
Goose Lako district near two good town;,
perfectly choice land at bftr',n "
sold soon. II. U Archer, 314 Security
Bank Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
I own 320 acres Costilla county, Colo
rado, choicest Irrigated land close to
Meslta. Will sell on easy terms In eighty
or more acre tracts at bargain prices.
B. H. Phlnney. Fergus Falls. Minn.
Five miles of Council Bluffs; good up
land, much of It U practically level and
not over S or 8 acres rough; 25 acres al
falfa, fair house, plenty of berries and
outbuildings; barn yard slopes south, well
drained and protected; fine orchard and
vineyard of about 2 acres each. This Is
better worth (ISO per acre than many
farms that have sold for that figure. It
Is worth Investigating at (100 per acre.
Let us show you. McGee Real Estate
Co., 106 Pearl St.
LAND BARGAINS 160 acres, well 1m-
roved, good soil, living water and tim
er; crops In and go with place. A real
bargain on good terms. Near Parsons.
Kansas. Also 100 acres rich prairie and
bottom land, well Improved In gooa
neighborhood In Hickory Co., Mo., near
Weaubleau. Will sell for less than any
surrounding farms for cash.
H. B. ARRISON, Nebraska City, Neb.
CHOICE prairie lands In White Earth
reservation. Rich, black soil; clay sub
soil; fine artesian welts, We are owners
of 20,000 acres. Agents wanted In every
county. Liberal terms. Write at once.
Baker Land Co., Ogema. Minn.
SELECT YOUR HOME NOW. Get the
benefit of the great advance in prices
this year. Send for literature. Land
Commissioner, Duluth Ik Iron Range
Railroad Co., X2 Wolvln Building, Duluth,
SEND for froe list of Minnesota, farms.
(30 to $76 per acre. Minnesota Land
Agency, Court Block, St. Paul, Minn.
SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey tejid
open to entry at Valler, Mont; fifteen
annual payments; ssctton famous for
grains, grasses, vegtt&blss; well adapted
to diversified farming. For particulars
write Valler Farm Soles company. Box
lots. Valler. Mont
TUB FAMOUS BRAND8VILLE-K08H-KONONO
fruit district will market a mil
lion dollar crop this year. For sale. 10 acre
4-year-old Klberta peach orchard, one
mile from Brandsvllfe. Guaranteed fine
as there Is In the district at half the
price being paid for orchards here. Buy
now and get your money back from this
year's crop. Orchards netting from (100
to (00 per acre; fruit and farm lunds,
large and small tracts, (16 per acre up,
Write Brandsvllle Real Estate and In
vestment Co., Brandsvllle, Mo,
CITY PItOPBHTY POIl KALIS.
FARM RANCH LANDS FOnSALK
Farms For Sale
1C0 acre farm in Washington county,
Nebraska, thro miles southwest ot
Herman, on main traveled road. Buildings
are owned by teoaut and eulo Is subject
to existing lease.
820 acre farm In Burt county. Nebraska,
eight miles northwest of Tckamah. Oood
well finished four-room house with cel.
lur, barn, woll .granary, chicken house
and all necessary outbuildings, fenced, 145
acres In cultivation, somewhat rough, but
a real snap at
(87,60 Per Acre,
Alfred C. Kennedy
209 First Nat Bank.
Phone D. 722.
For Sale Cheap
(20 acres chnloo lovel land with black
soil, S milts fiom county scat, .on main
line U. P. R. R., in Nebraska, 13.50 per
acre, one-fourth cash, balance long Unto
at 8 per cent A good buy for use or
J. H. Dumont & Co.
Phone D. COO. 1603 irarnam St, Omaha.
Driving dlstonco of Omaha: bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sizes, all
prices, all terms.
ORIN a MERRILL CO.,
Rooms 1213-1214 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FINE DOUGLAS COUNTY
4H miles west of Omaha P. O., fine 50
acru larm, adjoining highest priced land;
fine Improvements, cost over $5,000; al
falfa, 1.600 grapes, not far to street car,
$12,000 Is a low prlco, with but $4,000 cash,
balance at C per cent.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY
1622 Farnam 8t.
&1 Afttllta Sm unttftttin i rtmi.rt.t
lirtASIfA T A Mil 1'OD rM.tKAM ItiniKtm
Gffi acres of Platte volley land. 15 miles
4r KTrv.W 'tlliitta A O I . m .
viit iwiiu utf uiiu o nines i ruin iter
ahoy, Neb.; will stand close Investigation
n n 1 urns tli in n 1 1 r .
acre; half cash or good Omaha Income
and balance back on landi
217 McCngue Bldg.. Omaha.
160 AC1US3 of good hay land, clear ot
Incumbrance, In Holt county, Nebraska,
to trade on quarter or half section ot
eastern Nebraska land, Merrick county
preferred, J. R. Collins, 1029 Omaha Na
tional Bank Bldg., Omaha Nab.
NEW YORK STATE FARM FOR SALH.
The eyes of the world are turned to
ward York State Farms Bargains. 124
aero farm. 2 miles from village price,
$12 per acre. 142-ncre farm. 2 miles from
Vlllnee. 11 in Uvrnnmn til .. . -
- w ... . v , niiiv, li
ne ro hen farm, excellent land, river front
viimue. xrouey ana ooai lines 40 rods.
U miles from Syracuse. State macadam
road all the way. Price $1,000. $MK cash
down. Railroad fare to purchaser, 13.
Munaon, 2)26 S, Sallna, St.. Syracuse.
FOR SALB-3,000-acre ranch, Beckham
county, Oklahoma. 600 acres bottom land
fine cultivation, 150 acres alfalfa, 30 miles
4 and 5 wire fence; 6 miles hog-wire
fence; running water every pasture: 3
sets improvements; corn yield last year,
80 bu.. flno prospects for crop this year,
5.-,Ues raroal town, great bargain,
Vh&o'L acre ca,Ty "l fRooo,
1,000 head stock on farm would sell. No
trades, llartsiog & Reese, Carter, Okla.
WK OFFER for sale 20.000 acres of
agricultural land In the Middle Plains
country of Texas. ' This Is a splendid
colonization proposition, and owing to
the recent death of one of the owners
can be bought at a much lower price
than anything else equally good In that
locality. BULFLOW A. MAAS COM
PANY, Andrus Uldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
20-acre Improved farm, good sandy soil,
fine strawberry land, close tu Alvln, at
a bargain. Albert King, Alvin, Texas.
FOR quick sale, 640 acres, near Hous
ton, on shell road, $30 per acre, divide If
desired. F, A. Carpenter, Seabrook, Tex.
100 ACRES all land near Spring Valley,
Wyo., two wells pumping: good well
of water: two engines and boilers: com
plete drilling outfit; fi.ooo feet ot pipe;
two five-room camp houses, furniture,
barn, etc. In fact, complete property In
operation. Pipe lino people buy the oil
at 11X6 per barrel. Oood for $6,000 per
year and can be Increased by boring
more wens, race izu.uw. uiear. want
even deal In farm. J, E, HAxlItt, Parker,
On May SO a personally conducted ex
cursion will leave Omaha via C, M, &
St. P. Ry,, for points In Montana, Idaho
and Washington along the C , M. & St.
The construction of this new road has
opened up a vast extent of new country
In which excellent farm lands pear rail
road can be purchased at from $10 to $30
por acre. Irrigated farm and fruit lands
can1 be purchased at from $100 to $250 per
acre. Government homestead lands free.
Tho party will be personally conducted
by Travollng Colonlratlon Agent V, L
Sherwood, who Is thoroughly familiar
with the country traversed.
For further Information call on or write
F. L. Sherwood, Traveling Colonisation
Agent, C M. & St P Ral'way. 1817 Far
nam St., Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY on hand at lowest rates tor
loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha
city property In any amounts.
II. W. BINDER,
823 City National Soak Bldg.
RRATi KSTATR liOANB.
Peters Trust Co.
1G22 Fnniam St.
, MONBY TO LOAN
6N OMAHA HOMB3.
J. H. Mitlion Co.,
921 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDQ.,
MONKYTo loan on business or resi
dence properties, (1,000 to JHW.WC
iv' THOMAS, Minute Hank BldB.
OMAHA homes. Kail NeliiasKa farms.
O'KKKFli RKAL K8TATB CO.
lUlO Omaha National. Douglas 2713.
LOANS on farms and unproved city
propcro, ft, 6V and 6 per rent; no delay.
J. II. Liumont & Co., 1003 Farnam St.
""ilKAli liSTATU LOANS. "
WWNTKD- City loans
W. Farnam Smr.lt Co.,
it ml wat rati tR.
13t0 Farnam St.
HARRISON ft MORTON. 916 OmNat
$100 to (10,co0 mndu itom)tly.
Wead, Weail llldR., mil and Kir
not, C1TV I.OAN87llfmls.Carfbei$ Co.,
no-3i iirntidelH Theater Bldg,
LARGE loans our spcolnUy Slull XlroiT
RKAIi ESTATE"" WANTED.'
LIST your house wait us. We have buy-
ers. Osbor;ie Real Estate Co. Doug. 1474.
Sail every Saturday to and from
NEW YORK LONDONDERRY
Ocean passage "H days. Moderate rates.
For book of tours, rates, etc., apply to
Gen. Ants., IS W, Randolph St.. Chicago,
Mil AiN I LUUAL AUhilrl.
WANTED TO BUT.
Dolsoff Jd-hand store nsvs Maliest nrlcs
for furniture, clothes, shoes, Web. 1007.
WOULD like to buy a five or six-room
house to be Moved on a lot. One In the
nclghborhtod of 24th and Clark preferred,
Telephone lied 4901.
WANT to hoar from land owners that
want to sell, Emerson A Cluye, 614 Bee
K8T prices for furniture. Call D. 7W1,
D. S055. Quick buyer of furniture.
WANTKl) TO KENT
LIST your house with us. Wo have
buyers. Osborno Real Kstnto Co. Doug.
LIVE STOCK MARKET-OF WRST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Savo
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments rccclvo prompt and carpful atten
tion. Live Stock Commission Mvrchnnta.
BYICRS BROS. A CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 222 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. A CO.. Hxchancc Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS?
IWiU riletl (or record Mar II, UlJi
II. Zoblich uid wir to 11, Vsndeputte, lot
1. block I, lint td4 to Fmlr PUc.... m
C. IVfrnn mil wlf to W. 0. Morgtn, part
lots and 10. block IT, 15. V. Rmith'a add 1,M0
A. O, iMaarl and !( to Mrs. Clara Jef
fries, lot H, block l. Clifton. Illll
Xt. O. Wilson to K. Wilton, nil fort lot It,
block I, IdlawIM ad,,
Continental lUallr Co. to I.. Tt. IlcfiV nVi
lot I. block lit. Omaha
Ttedd Tirol, to L. n. Heed, nH lot 9, block
V 1. tlu.rJt and wife to I). Cunningham,
lot tt, Auburn Hill add...
W. U Helbr and wife to I. T. Ituiliea.
Dl I lot t. block !, Kirk wood add J, SCO
II. IL (Ckttll and hutband to E, Olmeled,
lota 4 and (, block 101, Florence 1,009
llomeeteaii u. l r, ii. Nccienan, iota .
Til, 719. Ill and 111. Itomeetead add 410
F. r. Sillier and wife to the McCaiue In
veetment Co., lot 4. block til, Omaha 7,100
C, w, Martin ana wife to w. M. ntoiu,
lot I, block I, Laurelton add., , It?
J. 11. Armatrons and wife to O, A. Home!
lua, e40 feet lot 10, block 11 flumralt add 110
Q. Kelllck nj wife to O. Kalecara, lot I,
block I. M. Tlonotan's aub 1
C. V Smith and wlfo to K. 1. Patea, U
Intereit In lot I, block I, I'atrlck'a Becond
Saratoga add 1
8. II. 8mlth and wife to K. 1 Oatet, U
interest In lot I, block E, Talrlck'a Second
Saratoga, add 1
D. II. Bmlth and wife. to D. M, Thatcher,
lot 4, block JO. 1'oroUton Park add 1
0. Cornbleth and wife to L. Cornbleth, eCO
feet lot 1 block tltW. Omaha.,..,.."..... 1
B. H. Chrlillannen and wife to fl. Chr
Hansen, part nU nW 14-1111.
A. Bosch and wife to Anheueer-Duach Co,,
lot 14, block 11. KounUe Tlace I, W0
II. A. Anderaon to A. r. Wlnell, lot 14,
block I. Drake's add m
B. M. Anderaon to A. V. Wlnell, M lot
J4, block.!. Drake'a add,....
Ileeda filed for record Mar 17, 1I1SI
The Iljron Heed Co. to the City ot Omaha,
aM feet lot I. block M. Omaha.......... ..$,00
1, II. Ur an dwlfe to O. II. I'arkenlng.
nlO feet lot I, block II, leaae-g & Belden'a
i.M ,..,,.. ,"
W. B. ralmatler and wife to f. I Adams,
lot 10. flela Club aub...... 1,060
niley Howard and wife to C. II. Oell, 1011
1 and 2, Hunt's aub...,,..
F. V. Morgan to D, It. Morgan, n40 feet
lot 14. block II, roppleton Park.
F. L Jlrotnierkli t tl. to B. W- Helllx,
part awH eU lt-U-11
need Time, to Clara A. Weber. II acre In
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Bids will be received at the office of
the secretary of state, Lincoln, Nebraska,
until 11 o'clock a. m., May 28, 1913, for
the erection nf n brick, steel and con
crete agricultural hall at the state fair
grounds. Lincoln, Nuhraskn according
to the plans and te iflcatlons, which
may be had upon nppllcntlon to Secretary
W II Mellor. stnto capital, secretary of
stato, or Arohv'ct Burd F, Miller, 734
Brandels theater building, Omuha, Neb,
All applications ftr plans must be ac
companied by certlfle-1 check for $25.00,
payable to tl o sefretaiy ot state. -'
AUDI.40N J, WAIT,
Secretary of the B. P, I & B.
Murderer is Found
Dead in Oell Before
Verdict is Eead
ALMA, Kan., May 17. Paul Roberts,
on trial for the murder of Anthony King,
a restaurant keeper, was found dead In
his cell today, when the sheriff went
to take breakfast to him.
The case went to the jury last night
and tho judge Instructed that If a ver
dict was reached tt should be delivered
today. It la thought Roberts heard the
Jury, which was In a room directly over
head, proclaim him guilty and that he
drank poison during" the night, although
no vial was found In his cell.
Tho jury's verdict finding Roberts
guilty was read In court today.
SALT LAKE CITY MAU
FOUND DEAD IN OFFICE
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, May 17.
With a bullet hole in the roof of his
mouth, James W, Skinner, 60 years old,
was found dead In his real estate office
today, A trail of bloody footprints was
discovered leading out ot the office and
down the corridor ot the building. Al
though the nature ot the bullet wound
anil n note found on his desk, dated
May 14, directing tho disposal ot hit
estate, Indicates suicide, the police are
baffled by tne footprints.
LAMENTABLURMY OF YICE
Fifteen Thousand Women Ply
Their Trade in Gotham.
ARE CUNNINGLY EXPLOITED
(Hrls Still In Their Terns Are Led
Into Virions Urns lr Shrrml
.Mm nml Thru ltobbrd
NKW YORK, May 18.-Fifeen thousand
women nf tho under world a scarlet
nrmy no census hm heretofore enumer
ated ply their tmdo Jn one borounh of
Oteater Now York alone. This Is the
rsllmate of the IMircnu of Social Hygiene,
hn organisation of which John I). Rock.
efcllor, Jr., Is chatrmnn, ns made public
tontghl In nn abstract of a forthcoming
report by Ororge J. Kncoland, a special
Investigator, after a painstaking Inquiry
Into commercialized vice conditions In
Manhnttnn, extending -er n period ot
nearly ten months.
Tho report sugssts no remedleo, fixes
no responsibility. That phase Is to be
dealt with Inter on R purports merely
to "describe accurately vice conditions
In New York City with the sole pur
poso of bringing out the facts." Thii
hope Is expressed that subsequently a
satisfactory policy to check the evil may
bo worked out-
Aslde from a series of chapters dealing
In mlnutfi frankness with tho operation
of notorious resorts throughout the city,
the report treats of tho dance hall evil
and of tho alarming spread ot the so
called massage parlors. "Over 300 ot
these exist In tho city," says the report,
and In many of them not the slightest
effort was made to cloak the Immoral
nature of the business. Operators ror
theso establishments are often procured
In tho nownpapers." Of the dance halls
tho report savs:
ninnies Dunce Units.
"Tho puhllo danco hnll was found to
justify tho worst that has been said of
It. Or sovcnty-flvc dances reported on
only tlvo wcro chnrncterlicd by the In
vestigators jvs 'decent' Nor are these
dances attended only by hardened
profligates. Young girls somo Innocent
others. If not entirely Innnoccnt, nt any
rate not wholly depraved, and young
mon pot yet altogether vicious, attend
the gatherings In search of nmuscment
and changd. Many two Innocent working
girls, who seek legitimate recreation.
The sinister element In attendance Is tho
hired cadets, who attend with tho cold
blooded purpose of finding new subjects
of debauchery and" of subsequent ex
ploitation for gain. These agents of com-
merclallied vlco are usually weli-dressea,
well-mannered, and Introduce themselves
rolttely and enslly to strangers. They
often rrotond to lovo nt first sight and
exhibit marked dovotlon, by which tho
girls are deceived nnd to which they
cftcn yield. When tho seduction of tho
girls Is accomplished, they are put on the
street, and their ruin Is complete."
Mr. Knoelnnd argues, contrary to the
expressed vlows of so many Investigating
bodies, that girls do not an a general
thing take up a life of shame because
of tho pinch Of poverty. He holds that
oftener they are victims In tholr Ig
norance of tho agents of commercialized
'It is Idle," he says, "to explain away
tho phenomena, on tho ground that they
are tho results ot the Inevitable weakness
of human nature human weakness would
domand far fewer and less horrlblo
sacrifices. Most of tho wreckage, and
tho worst of It, is duo to persistent, cun
ning nnd unprincipled exploitation! to tho
banding together in Infamous enterprises
nf mnrtnm. nrocuror. brotlfal keeper and
liquor vender to carry on deliberately a
cold-blooded traffic for their Joint pront,
.... . . . m .W.
n traffic, oo ii nnncu, irom winun m
girl Involved procures at tho most, with
fow oxcceptlons, her baro subsistence,
nnd that only so long as she has a trado
"Tho exploiters" nml tho ramifications
of their traffic Is treated at length. By
means of money and shrewdness, says
the report, tho traffickers usually evado
tho law. Thirty houses- In the tenderloin
wero long operated as a combine, It la
cited, under tho direct control of fifteen
or more mon. Most ot them have boen
ongnged all tholr Jives In the seduction
and exploitation of women. New York.
Is their Mecca. The report, however, fot.
lows their tracks through "Argentina,
Bruxll, Cuba. Canada, Alaska, and th
largo cities of our own country San
jFrandsco, Portland, Beattle, Taeomo,
Butte, Denver, Omnha, St. Louis, Chi
cago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. Finally
they reallso their hopes In New York
City. Hero they have mudo a center,
and from this center they go back over
tho old trail from tlmo to time."
Owners of realty, ostensibly respectable,
come In for severe condemnation at the
hands of tho Investigators. A woman In
vestigator, tho report sets forth, visited
123 real estate agents, of whom seventeen
declined to let premises for Immoral pur
poses. A group ot thirty-eight "well
known" men, It Is said, own and operate
twenty-eight houses ln Manhattan. "The
value of shares moves up and down,
says the report, "according as conditions
are more or less favorablo to the con
duct of the business,"
Unlike the fallen woman herself, who
Is described as coming preponderantly
from the ranks ot those engaged In un
skilled occupations, her customers "rep
resent every grade pf society."
With reference to white slavery per se,
Mr. Kneeland deprecates the prevalent
Idea of physical detention, looked doors,
barred windows, and elaborates on the
more sinister methods of enslavement In
timidation and sentimental loyalty of the
unfortunates to their man masters, "Un
educated, w(th little or no comprehension
of her legal rights or of the powers which
could bo Invoked to old her," he says,
"often an Immigrant,, or at least a
stranger, she is soon cowed by the brute
to whOBUsue has mistakenly attached
herself. Should she make an effort to
break away, she Is pursued and hemmed
Explaining the various kinds of re
sorts the report Jays stress on the menace
of those In tenement houses. Investiga
tion showed that twenty-seven such
places were In tenements, where, all told,
nearly 00 children under 16 years ot age
were playing about the halls. Strangely
enough, a dellcattessei) store Is described
as perhaps the most notorious meeting
place for traffickers' In women.
According to the report practically' all
of the resorts founded on woman's shams,
are conducted by women who have
"rlson" from the ranks. Far from being
sympathetic with their wards, the chief
a'm ot these housekeepers Is to make ai
much money as possible for their master!
Invariably men. Thus, though the In
mate of- a house theoretically recetvor
half the money she earns, she Is taxed
cruelly for board, clothes, toilet arttclei
and, probably, drugs, so that u a rule
he Is continually In debt,
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